Journal on Technology & Persons with Disabilities Volume 4



This collection houses Volume 4 of the Journal on Technology & Persons with Disabilities published by the CSUN Center on Disabilities. 2016 marks the fourth year of the journal, which gathers the best papers from the 31st Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference , held in San Diego, California in 2016.

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  • Visone, Ciro; Wild, Michelle (California State University, Northridge., 2016)
    Cognitive fatigue is the decrease in alerting and orienting, with an overall drop in executive function and attention on any given task (Holtzer et al. 108). It has been found to affect 73% of individuals with brain injury ...
  • Ka, Hyun W.; Ravishankar, Satish (California State University, Northridge., 2016)
    We developed and evaluated a BLE-based indoor location awareness system called Smart Signage to provide blind and visually impaired people with better accessibility to the built environment. The Smart Signage system consists ...
  • Miesenberger, Klaus; Argueta, Angelica; Santiago, Julia; Chagnon, Bevi (California State University, Northridge., 2016)
  • Hu, Feng; Tsering, Norbu; Tang, Hao; Zhu, Zhigang (California State University, Northridge., 2016)
    An indoor localization system offers a significant assistance to the visually impaired in their daily lives by helping them localize themselves and further navigate an indoor environment. RGB-D sensor (e.g. Google Tango ...
  • Kushalnagar, Raja S.; Tart, Jenna A. (California State University, Northridge., 2016)
    Before the invention of the telecommunication relay services (TRS), Deaf Americans who wanted to use public communication systems, such as the telephone network, faced issues of confidentiality and inconvenience because ...